Keeping Kinley has been selected for publication by Kindle Press!
See? It’s right there at the top of the KindleScout site. Doesn’t it look great there?
I’ve already updated my files, so now I’m waiting on the Kindle Press team to review it and offer any suggestions. If I’m lucky, the process will go quickly, but I really don’t know how long it will take, so please bear with me. As soon as I know anything about pre-order or publication dates, I’ll be shouting it from the rooftops.
It’s been a long time since I gave away a signed copy of any of my books, and I think it’s overdue! I’ll even let the winner choose which of my books they’d like to receive. So spread the word and enter to WIN!
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Now that Saving Marilee has been out for more than a year, I finally got around to writing a scene from James’ point of view. It’s the scene of their first meeting, and if you’d like to see it, please go sign up for my newsletter. That will give you access to all of my extra content. Those of you who have already signed up should have an email in your inbox with the link.
The blog tour for Painting Rain is happening right now. And along with that comes a GIVEAWAY! Enter using the rafflecopter below for a chance to win $50. Also, I’ve added a link to my Pinterest in case your interesting in seeing the pins I’ve found and used as inspiration for my books.
I’m not one to work on multiple projects at once. I’d rather not split my focus, but for this very special project I made an exception. I’ve been working on this for about four and a half months now, and I’ll be working on it for another four and a half.
Whether this project will center around a hero or a heroine, I don’t yet know, but I’ll let you know when that verdict is in.
This is #5 for us. Wish me luck!
I have a sister.
She’s compassionate, wonderful and talented. She’s married to an amazing man who’s held her up and cried with her as they’ve battled through the aching and sorrow of infertility. They’ve held hands and cried tears of joy as they discovered their IVF treatment gave them a baby, then sobbed with the kind of grief I’ll never know when that miracle was lost through a miscarriage. Then they did it all over again. Three rounds of IVF. Two joyous pregnancies. Two heart breaking miscarriages.
I’ve got a deleted scene from Saving Marilee for you to read. And as a bonus, everyone who signs up in the next week will be entered into a drawing automatically.
I approved the paperback proof and was expecting it to take several days for the amazon link to go live. Happily, I was wrong about the timeline.
You can order your paperback copy of Saving Marilee now!
It will still take a couple of days for the kindle version and the paperback to link up together, but it IS there. So if you’ve been hoping to get a paperback into your hot little hands on or before May 1st, now you can!
Click on the amazon link below:
**The glitch in the box set is fixed! If you got a faulty version, you should be able to update the book by syncing.**
You cannot imagine how sorry I am about the glitch in the box set version of Just Ella. It was already on sale and selling quite a few when someone brought it to my attention that the last part of chapter one was missing. It just stopped in the middle of a sentence. Those who have read the book will probably realize how significant that is. The end of chapter one is more than a little bit important. Continue reading
I’ve dropped some hints here and there on social media about my next book, but I figured I’d give an official update.
I’m working on Marilee’s story! If you’ve read Just Ella, you’ll remember Marilee as the vibrant, fun, and often silly sister. She is the second youngest and was more than a little bit shallow and naive.
Marilee has her happily ever after. She married the handsome son of a sovereign duke and moved to his picturesque estate. But after eight months of marriage, Marilee has lost her love for life, as it’s been squashed out of her by her domineering husband. He has pushed her to the breaking point. So when he suddenly dies, she is left to rebuild her life and her confidence with the help of a few loyal servants, and her kind neighbor, Mr. Sutton. But reclaiming the ability to love and trust will take time and patience, from both of them.